Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Adult pool
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It was an early start on March 17th at 4:30 in the morning but I was really looking forward to watching all the movies and playing all the games on the plane once we arrived at Palmy airport we had to wait an hour for our plane. We then flew to Auckland on the way there I just read. At Auckland the wait for customs and stuff wasn't to bad and I resisted to but new head phones at duty free. Once we got on our plane (which was Korean Air) we were delayed for 10 or 20 minutes ...
... migration to the winter palace. It was very colourful - and allows me to have a little dig at lawyers - apparently several hundred of the king's retinue was his collection of the Joseon-Dynasty equivalent of lawyers. So feared were they that when Kings died, they weren't guarded by soldiers, dragons or other monsters, but were buried with stone effigies of lawyers ...
... work over hear with jet lag and lack of sleep.
Notes from the lectures and I have provided pictures of the slides we were presented.
Strong emphasis on student being. Global citizens and global understanding. Big push for teachers to be properly trained and educated to teach students to be global citizens and have global understanding.
Being able to deal with a changing global climate and better change the future with better and more ...
... and I walked through Green St. I bought some cute Summer PJ's. We also walked all over Seoul, it was a beautiful 24 degrees day. We went to a grocery store called Galleria, very similar to Whole Foods, however nothing beats WF. Missing it terribly. But... The countdown continues, 35 days until my homesick feet set foot back to Van, and I can see my little Shrimpy Boy ...
... fantasy. I was sort of expecting the world to pass by in a blur and that the G forces would pin me to my seat. This wasn't the case. Most of my trip was in tunnels so my phone's GPS speedometer app wouldn't work when I was underground, but the highest reading I obtained was 189 km/h. The fastest I have ever travelled on land, sure, but the blood didn't drain from my face due to Newton's law of inertia.
I alighted at Taoyuan HSR station about twenty minutes after ...